Journal of Diabetes Research / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus with Point-of-Care Methods for Glucose versus Hospital Laboratory Method Using Isotope Dilution Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry as Reference

Table 2

Comparison of abnormal test results between each method and the reference method.

Fasting ()2 h ()Fasting and/or 2 h ()1 h ()Fasting and/or 1 h ()Overalla ()

ID GC-MS45 (33)71 (54)86 (65)24 (47)28 (55)35 (70)
HC201+64 (47)89 (66)108 (80)34 (67)36 (71)44 (85)
HC201RT41 (30)69 (51)82 (61)22 (43)27 (53)35 (67)
CL75 (56)86 (64)107 (80)38 (73)42 (81)45 (87)

Data are (%). Fasting cut-off of ≥5.1 mmol/L; 1 h cut-off of ≥10 mmol/L; 2 h cut-off of ≥8.5 mmol/L. aFasting and/or 1 h and/or 2 h. , , and compared to ID GC-MS (McNemar test for correlated proportions using Bonferroni correction). Missing values were below 4% for all measurements. CL: central laboratory; HC201+: HemoCue 201+; HC201RT: HemoCue 201 RT; ID GC-MS: isotope dilution gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.

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